Continuing to build off the hype from his own All We Have Is Now imprint, the bearded Bristol native Will Clarke looks to make a lasting first impression making his debut on Insomniac‘s blossoming Factory 93 imprint with “Sometimes You Gotta Let It Go.”
Always one being able to ignite dancefloor whether in the club or festival setting, he proves once again to be a true techno titan delivering a brooding behemoth of a track to the masses which has been a true weapon in his most recent sets. Fueled by a captivating vocal hook, thumping percussive rhythm, and blistering analog bassline, “Sometimes You Gotta Let It Go” showcases his undeniable production prowess.
“I remember writing this one late night in my studio in the UK,” says Will Clarke. “I had spent all day in the studio, had dinner, and then ended up back in the studio. It literally represented my mood at the time; the vocal saying ‘sometimes you gotta let it go;’ was just me accepting that literally some things are completely out
of my power to control. I wanted to make an emotive, dark record to match the vocal. I fired up my Moog and wrote the bassline and it all came together quickly. This record has been in my sets for a few years now and I’m really happy that Factory 93 is the home for it. I love what the label—and the concept behind the brand—is doing and think it’s super important for the culture of house and techno. We need more labels like this.”
Get the party started this weekend with Will Clarke’s “Sometimes You Gotta Let It Go” below and enjoy!
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